Ulrika Jonsson debuts new choppy hairstyle as Celebs go Dating star goes short

Celebs Go Dating star Ulrika Jonsson has debuted a choppy new hairstyle, which has left her looking so different.

A shorter look for the spring, the mum-of-four has got the chop on her blonde locks.

In recent years the 54-year-old former Gladiators star has donned a longer hair-do – which either framed her face or was swept up into a bun.

But now Ulrika has gone for a shorter look in time for the balmy spring and summer months.

Taking to Instagram in the early hours of Tuesday morning (April 12), Ulrika uploaded a snap to her stories where she could be seen debuting the new look.

Pulling a shocked face, Ulrika posed for the selfie and penned: "Short hair, don't care".

She could be seen donning a black spaghetti strap vest or dress, with thin gold dainty jewellery, and a fresh face with absolutely no makeup.

Ulrika's shorter hair gives the star a youthful appearance and really suits her – we can't wait to see how she styles it over the coming weeks and months.

This comes as last week Ulrika opened up about her "emotionally damaging" divorces after the UK brought in the new no-fault divorce bill.

The Celebs Go Dating favourite took a look back at her three divorces as the new bill came to light in England.

For those not in the know, the no-fault divorce bill will see 'fault' removed, and instead, a couple, or just one individual, could show the marriage is broken.

Reflecting on her past divorces, that took place prior to the new bill, Ulrika revealed that the process of going through the ordeal left her "emotionally mangled".

In her column for The Sun last week, Ulrika said: "The run-up to the decisions [to get divorced] had been horrendous — emotionally mangling me, torturing my soul and sharply altering my view of myself and the world."

She then added: "Having to come up with reasons why my husband had behaved 'unreasonably' was unreasonable in itself."

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